Monday, March 25, 2013

BBTB2 Challenge=Use a Card Feature

My dear friend and fellow design team member Brenda has come up with a great challenge for us all this week.  The challenge is to use the card feature from any Cricut Cartridge.  I wanted to make a card with the new paper collection from Graphic 45 French Country. 

The card feature is from Art Philosophy page 65.  
The sunflower is from Stretch Your Imagination page 37 cut at 2 inches.  
The layers are pop dotted, embossed and inked.  I used a MS punch for the leaves.  
I cut this panel with the sunflowers to place in the window.  
I used the cut out center to form a pull tab under the panel for the sentiment and writing.  

I hope you will find a card feature and create a project to link up at BBTB2
We would love to have you join us for the challenge.  


  1. Beautiful card my friend! I love the patterned papers and how well you put them all together! Amazing work from one talented grammy!

  2. Love your card! Your patterned paper are so pretty! God job!

  3. This card is beautiful Suzanne! You picked the perfect card base to showcase this beautiful paper! Love the sunflower, how perfect with this paper! You are so awesome my friend! Hugs!!

  4. What a lovely card, Suzanne. I love that sunflower! I am a huge fan of Graphic45 so I love the paper choices too!

  5. Lovely lovely card. I love summer and sunflowers and this card is perfect.

  6. This is gorgeous, Suzanne. I love that paper and the 3d flower.

  7. Oh. Sooooo pretty!! The paper you used is gorgeous. Love that pull out tag! Awesome card!

  8. Oh my goodness!!! This is most beautiful!! I so love those fabulous papers that you used! Awesome card Suzanne!!!! :)

  9. LOVE LOVE LOVE that paper with the sunflowers!!!! (I am a big fan of the SYI sunflower too-I've used it many times.) And the pull out tag-so fun-very neat card!!!

  10. I love this card I just bought the G45 and I really think I need o get the art philospy set. might be my next purchasse. you have really inspired me I lov ethe look of this
    DIANA L.